Is Your Freezer Still up to the Job in Your Busy Restaurant?

30 September 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have a busy restaurant and find that you are turning tables as quickly as your kitchen staff can keep up, then you undoubtedly have a good reputation. You know how to look after your customers, prepare and serve the food with flair and always make sure that your place is as clean as possible. In order to do this on a consistent basis, you will also have to ensure that your equipment is well maintained and can put up with the demand and it's easy to overlook some issues in such a busy environment. Read More 

Frosted Glass Splash Backs: How Is Frosted Glass Made And What Are The Customizing Options?

7 August 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you're having a new home built and you want something different for your kitchen, why not go for a frosted glass splash back? The customizing options are immense, and frosted glass, particularly when colored, produces an interesting, subtle impact that will create a totally unique kitchen. How Is Frosted Glass Made? You might be wondering how frosted glass is different to standard glass. Frosted glass begins life as standard glass, but it undergoes an additional process to create its typical textured, decorative, cloudy look. Read More 

Reasons to Consider Grinding and Polishing Your Worn Concrete Flooring

25 May 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Concrete may be a choice flooring supply because of its intrinsic stability and exceptional durability. Even so, concrete is bound to develop cosmetic damages that will make your flooring look decrepit after several years. When this happens, some homeowners may consider complete replacement to prevent their flooring from becoming a blight on their home's appeal. However, installation of new flooring can be costly as well as time-consuming.  A more convenient solution to consider is concrete grinding. Read More 

Property Development: Understanding the Significance of Cadastral Surveying

5 April 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

You should plan for a cadastral survey if you are interested in developing your property. In general, cadastral surveying is also known as property boundary survey. This land assessment process is conducted by a qualified surveyor for specific legal purposes. Typically, the goal is to accurately determine the boundaries for indisputable land ownership. Also, the information obtained through a survey can help in establishing the acceptable and legal usage of the land. Read More 

Are You Installing New Faucets in Your Bathroom? Here’s How to Make the Selection

22 March 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Are you building a new house or renovating the current one and need new faucets for the bathroom? If so, you need to put proper consideration into the selection process. Taps are not just fixtures whose work is to dispense water for use. They can contribute to your bathroom aesthetics, affect water consumption in the home, and determine how much you will spend on repairs and replacements. That's why you need to go for quality fixtures that will last for decades, improve the curb appeal in your bathroom, and contribute to utility savings. Read More